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Plans for rental apartments have been cancelled or converted to condos.
Two sitting Toronto city council members faced off against each other in Wednesday's Ontario by-election, and a former councilor is running in another riding. Each is representing a different party. While this may seem banal, it is highly problematic.
Wynne was not prepared for the re-emergence of Mayor Rob Ford as a major political force in his home area of Etobicoke and in Scarborough, where he is also strangely and very strongly admired and supported. I am predicting a victory for Holyday in Etobicoke and a huge upset victory for the Tories in Scarborough.
If Doug Holyday is looking for a way out of the turmoil at Toronto’s city hall — or just less stressful work — he may have found it as Tim Hudak's candidate for the Ontario Tories in the upcoming Etob...
TORONTO - Ontario Progressive Conservatives have high hopes that Toronto's deputy mayor will give them a much-needed win in the city when he runs as the party's candidate in one of five byelections ne...
The Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation has come up with a revised funding formula for any casino in downtown Toronto — and sources tell CBC News that figure will be $100 million annually, or more....
TORONTO - Toronto city council voted Wednesday not to revisit its decision to ban plastic bags on Jan. 1, 2013.Only 18 of the city's 45 councillors voted in favour of reopening the discussion, falling...